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Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 May 1861

Commercial Intelligence. Private advices from Sydney, by the Samson, re-   port Hart's flour as worth £20 per ton, and other brands proportionately advance. The same advices   also report maize at 6s. per bushel, and lucerne hay at £5 per ton. In consequence of the above ad- vances, holders here raised the prices of maize and hay. Samples of the former, which could have been purchased on Wednesday at 6s. 9d., were sold yesterday at 7s. per bushel, and lucerne hay, went up to £7 and £7 10s. per ton.     The sale of the farms, advertised to be sold yes- terday, on account of the mortgagees, the No. 3 Building Society, was postponed.

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE "DOWNS HOTEL." [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 May 1861

THE "DOWNS HOTEL."   Sir--Can you inform "an anxious en- quirer" why the Downs Hotel has been shut up - the only house where really good spirits could be obtained. Why, the J.'P.'s - (bless them !) must want to poison us. In sober earnest this is a most shameful transaction, and I think your editorial quill ought to take up the cause of the injured party, and, give Dr. Donegal, R.F.' (Relief Fund), his due. Yours truly,       JOLLY NOSE.               Drayton', 4th. May, 1861      

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The Courier. FRIDAY. MAY 17, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 May 1861

;rf|^^.C0tm^S' FRIDAY. HAY.Vt', 16fl We have more than once had occasion ..iq point out Mr. Fring'S'professional .-deficiencies, hui wo were certainly not prepared for such an exhibition of 'iri^ capacityas lib'made on thc "privilege" debate. Men who aro now,lo'_' parlid ^linqritary life, and wlio have not .received "oily legal training, may bo excused for 'being led away by false analogies, and Jfor'imagining that the colonial frog, can pilate itself to the dimensions., pf,,the imperial ox. But what are.we to say of .; an .Attorney-General who is so unlearned ? in. the law as to maintain that the publi , cation of an nrticlo in a newspaper reflecting on the Assembly, isa contempt .for which tho House lias the. power to punish the publisher? But for Mr.; . IiIHiEy's interposition, the House would Lave been hurried into an act which the ?'highest legal authority?the Judicial .., Committee of the Privy Council?has ' ihdrc than once declared to bc contrary _? to law. Wo tell such, blin...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, MAY 16TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 May 1861

"f LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. T-nuitsDAY, May 10th. The PRESIDENT took thc chair at five minutes past 3 o'clock and opened »the pro- ceedings with prayer. '" . '¦-'¦-'¦ ' ' ¦'* ¦ "MR? COMMISSIONER HALLORAN. w^rrrBRO.WNJrc^^^ paporsjaid on thc table on tho previous day, that tho evidence bearing on tho case of Mr. 'OoiiimissiQ,nQr'.lJjilIo.raiiJ»adj}ot..heoii;orclei,qdT "rto'Tio'printed.' Hc'wislied tb" kiiow from the pion,.'member representing tho government hyhetheruthere. was jany pbjcciion,to?jiriiit tho? ;evideriee£ ---'j----iv*1' '?¦ x <-? ?-*?' ¦"-.'? *x"- J~ '¦" ] Dr. HOBBS replied that there was no ob- jection to print the evidence. ,,r ,. -r* f .v>-.?* \h ^qpAPBR'S^. "?"""i't3':' : Dr. HOBBS laid .certain correspondence on Ithc table relative1 to'the western boundary of [Queensland, ; which .wits .r.ordcral,. to bo Sprinted, j-j "J '-'i J if '..' '<'.;.. *"'.i I I-. ' THE'MEDICAL BILL.. , . ?? ; -Dr. .FULLERTON wished to direct'tile [attention' -of ?&...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 May 1861

TH E F B I EN D OF AL Lt HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.7-;-'.7'i NERVOUS DISORDERS. "'Y,,- , 7 !' WHAT ia more fearful than a breaking down '.! of the nervous system? To be excitable.; or nervous in a small degree is most distressing^ for where can a remedy bo found ? Thoro is one:,, ?drink but little wino, beer, or spirits, or far ' hotter, none; take no coffee,?weak tea being ; preferable; get all tho fresh air yon can; take , three or four pills every night; eat plenty of solids, avoiding tho nsa of slops ; and if these ! golden rules aro followed, you will be happy'in'.', mind nnd strong in body, and forget you have;.. any nerves. MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS. ,: If there is one thing more than another for which these pills are so famous it ia their purify^ i ? ing properties, especially their power of demising' tho blood from all impurities, and removing dan« ¦?_ gerpus nnd suspended secretions. Universally adopted as the ono great remedy for female complaints, thoy never fail, never weaken the sy...

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PARLIAMENTARY BUSINESS. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, MAY 17. GOVERNMENT BUSINESS—ORDER OF THE DAY. Law of False Pretences Bill: Second reading. GENERAL BUSINESS—NOTICES OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 May 1861

PARLIAMENT-MIX: BUSINESS;; ^..LEGISLATIVE; ASSEMBLY. Fhiday, Mav 17. aOVBRNMENT BUSINESS?OIlUKIl OF Tllli HAY. " ''.; 1 Law ol'False Pretences lilli: Second reading.' ? I ¦'-, 'OENEIlAl, BUS1NKB3?NOTICES OF MOTION.' ' ' Air. Moffatt to inovo?" 'flint this house will on Tuesday next, resolve Itself into a Ooimnittcd ol' tho Whole to connlder an Addi'ras to tho tiuvernor, praying that his Uxuelleiuiy will tie pleased to cause the sam of £103 to hu phtutuj upon tho Supplumen; tnry Intimates for 1801, to provhluii Queen'* Plato to tie rmi for nt the onsulug Mttlropijlilnn lyiices, Ipswich, under thu iiiaiiiigciiicnt ol' the North Au- stralian .hickey Club." Mr. Macamstku to move?" That tills homo will,. on Tuesday next, resolve itself into a Committee of 4he Whale, to consider pt'au address to the Govor- ld ?¦ ,.-, .... :?;¦ .; ,TTr,iV) :: ,'.';u..;;iij oo.i ,r. s:;^nJ" nor, praying that his Excellency will.be p]onsed to: caiise to bc'placed on 'the! Estimates', .for,'tli6"yenr' 1861, t...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 May 1861

Shipping Intelligence. May 17.-Telegraph, steamer, 700 tons, Captain O'Reilly, from Sydney, May 14th. Passengers- Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Forrest,. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Lyons and servant, Mr. and Mrs. Davies and ser- vant, Mr. and Mrs. Wilder, Sir Charles Nicholson, Messrs. J. C. White, A. C. Blake, H. M. Reeve, T. Harpur, W. J. Lande, H. Dayrell, W. Cowper, F. G. Gonolly, W-. C. Hughes, Maddocks, Younger, Williamson, E. Fawcett, Powleslanil, Rodwell, Murphy, O'Mahoney, McDonnald, and 65 in the steerage. The Telegraph left Sydney on Tuesday, May 14th, at 3.30 p.m. ; passed Smokey Cape on Wed- nesday at 10.50 a.m. ; passed Cape Moreton on Thursday at 11 a.m., and anchored at bar same day at 1-50 p.m. During the passage had moderate westerly winds and fine weather, with a heavy swell from the S.E.   May 16, at 9-50 a.m., off Moreton Island, the Telegraph passed the steamer Yarra Yarra, bound to Sydney.   The Telegraph will leave for Sydney on May 19th, at 3 p.m., fo...

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE. May 7, 1861. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 May 1861

victoria: Y - MEi,B.ouitNE. Moy 7,18C1. ;,(l'KOM OUBiOWN' COnnESPOliDEST.')'' : enc liiionnntioii. ¦-a'-private arrangemen was^' subsequently1 -mail6'!: byl''which'''?' flu doctor was to ..deposit £75,,in the hands"b tho Police Magistrate,1 Mr.'Hackctt'.Tor th< TrrosE-i; of yoiir readers who! have' had cxp'oVicnbe''-of''Melbp^irne/sociH.V(7^iii,'bb familiar with the name of Dr'. Hlinter,.!ono <>f!..tlie. Members .of..J.)ie,A8scuibly.!Jbr...J2ast.. Melbourne, .and a bright, light among the luminaries bf .v Victorian ''-"democracy! - The domestic affairs of this gentleman have been frequently before the public through tho medium of the Police Court, in conse- quence of the worthy doctor' and Mrs. Hunter, who live apart, being unable to agree as to the amount of allowonce which the latter should receive, and tho. manner in which it shorld be paid. Very recently these family differences havo again been intruded upon the public notice,ina very peculiar way. Tho d...

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HOW PUBLIC LANDS ARE TRIFLED WITH. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 May 1861

HOW PUBLIC LANDS ARE TRIFLED ,-¦ '' ¦ .¦, .AVITH. ',/". '¦'.' ".«..;.:?'; Sm;?Again I take ,up my pon .to bring under.your: notice anotbey instance of thc gross., favoritism, or equally gross stupidity, displayed by tho hoad of our survey depart- ment., , Whilst a poor man is refused tho .few fec^bf .grpimdhishouse stands Upon, (.which clause lo bf tho.. new land, bill; provides that. 'lie riiid others; similarly circumstanced shall possess),t pur' pqiiitnble'-iSurvGyni'rGenei^!, iin'deivthb;snii]iiig'ibf3upncp,.nb doubt, of our, District Survqy'or.'/rpfusQs tlie poor h'.'uihis dew feet of 'ground; but with fr'cndly liberal-' ity grants', to "Messrs;1 iVreber '"and Cb. 040 .acres; . ThiS'graiil includes tho whole bf tho" .Gracemere diggings'/. Thus whilst our'"Par- liament is voting ihonpy:fer thc' discovery'of gold t]olds, this functlonai-y gi vos to a grasping 'squatter that which tho i community cbiisidbi" sucli u boon to ..possess, v Ho will no! doubt ai'gue that tlie diggings a...

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THE TOOWOOMBA ASSESSMENT APPEALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 May 1861

THE TOOWOOMBA ASSESSMENT ' - : .,/ .,- .; /APPEALS. .".-'',' X Sin,?Tho dgpisupnsiof Messrs, J. C. White aiid A;;D.,Brpughton, JiB.'s, iii several appeal cases, hoard .hqj'oro- .thojiCourt of Revision, hold'¦ herc;!bn:25tli,uit.-, .have, caused supU 1 general'snrprisb, .that a 'spirit of inquiry has 'grc'duiilly'arison ns.'tp tbo.ahioui.^ of disera tionary power vested!' \i\ .Magistrates sitting pn;sueh csKort'r and'it'-biis. been suggested, thrit.tho desired information might bc obtained from spmo-.Qf;-youl1 very aldo correspondents, br,;nt any rate, some elucidation of tho, shh-' jcot bo afforded, . ' Tlid publibimportance of thu matter, will, I trust,1 bb dopilioij"a siifHcipnt excuse for bringing lt iiito notice Witbo'iit ontui>ing further into 'detail' than is absolutely necessary; allow nie tb quote ono of tho cases. Sachse v. Corporation ot* Toowoomba. Tho appellant holdsBu. Sr. 2-lp. of bind, pcptuvyiittf nearly one side of Marga- ret Street, wliich street lins a larger a...

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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 May 1861

,'CENTBATi POLICE COURT.! TnunsbAX.'?Before it. Orlbbj1 J'lsrj;-, J .'I';, and. E. B..Dr,ury, Esij., ,1.1'. ¦ : .--Y,';; ': ? :;¦; Edward .Bremner,, fur being druiiky'was fined 10s;, Peter Hand, for-.drunkenness; and disorderly conduct, was ¦ -sentenced to one; month's imprisonment in 'Brisbane gabl'iis an habitual drunkard.. The same iiifliyidiial >ya!s. tlibnebargbil' by' Mr. diiliir Littlp.fpr.du'as-! sault iii' Qiipchistroet.' , Tlie-' assault' which' iva's'proved, was' conimittb(lI>by;' throw! ng' "a Stone-'at''plaintiff,- which, however, did'hotiiit" him;'; i Scnton'ced td .'pay a! linci of £2, ¦ or ih; de-. fault.ione.montblsiiniprisorimcnt.:' ;¦. .im !;-<?::

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SUPREME COURT—(YESTERDAY.) CIVIL SITTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 May 1861

SUPREME COURT?(YesteudaV.) Civil,; Sittings. BEFOnn his Holier. Mr. Justice Lutwycho and a jury of four. IlllAKnT «, GEOnHEQAN. ' ¦'? Tho hearing of this caso was .resumed .at, the opening of tho eimrt tliisiiibrnlng. ',,,' Mathew Gcoghpgaii deposed, that thc, plain tiff and his, mate didsomo work for him, mid. Iib agreed with Itoxbiirgh.- Tlie vahio'of tho stuff was £J0,,ni)d ho pajd.Howe £-1; for cart- ing the timl»er, ,'i'phl plaintiff that lie would pay him £0, and Jio paid Roxburgh £G.' .'Tho stuff was fifill on tho ground. -Told plaintiff's ' W.ifo to give up tho house, and take hor things jiway, boforo ho took"possession'.'''';' B^jtlvtliq'' plaintiff and his!'wife said'wltuusH miist get them 'niioth'biv\Iiojisp:i.:1ipf^rpi-/tIjc^;!'\vpi|lti"- gp' out: Gotirito the house by raising tlie back : window, and bad A man named-Burns with, him at tho timo." : Ila locked'Mrs. Brandt's bedroom, and Kt^'c thc key to Burns; ! -A limn namedi;FH>)is!niin.O!)a paniowitli another man, an...

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CORPORATION CONTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 May 1861

J CORPORATION 'CONTRACTS.'' '! Mn., EDiT.oniTT-Asva;,ratc-paycr, -11 ibogi.to ;,bb allowed to make a! .few xcmarks,.through, 'your ¦valuable papen! In. thc ' Quqon-str.pct, 'contracts' ariiFothoi's,' tlid fepcciiieil'tipiis 'die 'tinctlyprohibited; surfaceibstoncbeing!uso;dJ; »aiid,wliy.,is,it. U.fjpd? ..Tbe/jfirstjioat wnsito ?bo'broken'ip' pass through'£ three-inch ring,;, thinemetal^through-a 'two-inch'Tiiijr1;'Now dpt tho. specificatjonsiho.: adhered to^ let it bb1 ¦over sp;lppse, but nptj carry the, works put as ..tbby arc.' :No 'surface stone was io bc used, .amUblho,metal was tp'bo'useiViind not rotten' -slato and:quartz;:which ls bow being pre- pared whei'ovoivit:.can bo :seraped up. It- is 'high time that ratc-payors of Brisbane'should: 'look-after. thiSi'-anuVrlMivo- a material,, put on'-; ¦the ^rpa'ds'thoy pay -for, 'pf Jwhich/thoVp, ls ; plenty'tb'he- had "within one niile!"..'Follow-, rate-payers 1 '? if you do; iiot'ivatbli 'this nib\!er! :niciit'in iQuceii-strcet/wb1'...

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Letters to the Editor. ADELAIDE STREET AND THE CORPORATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 May 1861

rf ' j t'-i if-=.Iiet*e"paii*»\iho;'!ll«Wt6'iv". ADJEEAIDE' 'STREET" AND"THE'-'OOR-1 j r>r.-;'iifjo ;!poRATION;-'!";' ;'M« i:;.' Sui,?Will'ybu,'-tlil'ongh' tho'in'o'dium' of' your,iivaluablp;;papor,. 'allow ¦meitoroall: tho1 j attention, bf ;thei Corporatioriito'. tho: present!1 : impassible state of, tliceostpoieiuVpf. Ador.-s ! l'aidp-streot, [bptwecn .tho;National School and tho .Gpyprnprl^'prospnt!,residence, which isr in; si ipbst'f diabolical; condition at, tliis. present! writiii'g,.'arid t think' tho Town CounCil'might 'spavb .a trifle foi- improving thc drea'dful,statc it is hi;'! particularly; if .'yo ii' takpYinto' ebii , sideratiohtho'fine slice !thcyhaye,''apprbpr'iY P'k (ited-to 'Queen-street,"which was/ at 'least a,?< -passible, prior to this last outlay."' > 'Elia por-' j tipiirjOf<jAdelaidc-.st.rpet: which, Ij refer, to is porfeptly ? .inaccessible!,ip1' ahy.tjiiiig^.in, the,, |Sliapp7ofJayliorsb.and drayl'; .jvjKicK,pytsjimp. :aiiit all ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 May 1861

Steam to Sydney. THE TELEGRAPH from the A. S. N. Co 's Ker Wharf, on MONDAY \ next, at 4 am. &r Steerage Fares Reduced lo £3. / ; t ? GEO. D. WEBB, ,'' ' Agent. , ' For London. fT\HE t)M> BESSIE, COO tons bur JL then, Benjamin . Da> ics,., Ppm mander, having a portion, pf - lier: cargo engaged will meet with quick dispatch. KJXe'rton 1 ?«!« -percent }; Hides 508 per ton of 40 J P?""^ For Freight or Passage, apply to WALTER GRAY & PO., Ipswich;; or to J. & G. HARRIS, "¦'¦¦¦ Brisbane, flth May. 1861. FREIGHT.'OF TALLOW hy A.S.N. Co.'s Steamers from Brisbane to S)dney, 25s per Jon net.'.. Maryborough to Sydney, 40s per ton net. GEOJ D. WEBB, Agent. A.S.N. Cb. Wharf. 6th May, £100 BEWA.RD. 'll/ B, the undersigned, hereby offer a Reward ?¥ i"1.'of One Hundred Pounds to any person ? who may give such informn.tion ns will convict any party or parties of having stolen any horses or cattle belonging to us from either of the under- mentioned runs, or elsewhere. A...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 May 1861

On the 16th instant, at her residence, Wickham Terrace, Mrs. A. R. Jones, of a son.       On the 16th instant, at Eskgrove, the wife of G. P. Heath, Esq., Lieut. R.N., of a daughter.

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 May 1861

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TuunsnAY; The .SPEAKER. -took., the . phau-. at ton minutes past throe.'.,.,.,. : WEST MORETON ELECTION. . Mr. .GORE,.brought lip tho report of,tho Committee "of '¦Elections -lind 'Qualifications upon the petition" of"" Forbes v. "Challener,"' iii the matter of;tlieirccciit[!clectitui for West Moreton. Tho report set forth. fdiat thc ; elected candidate' was ilis'qualificd.'by his po- sition. nlsv.cbroh.er, and .that.tho clectibniwas iiiull and void; consequently a fresh election must take place.: ¦ .- : , ¦ - -PAYMENT OP WITNESSES BEFORE SELECT .COMMITTEES. . . . , MK-GORE, tis Chairman .pf ? tlie Select Committee upon thc j Native" Police, and treatment of the Aborigines, wished to ascer tiiin the sense of the Houso upon a certain matter. Tho Committee desired that their enquiries'should; bo as.extonsivc as possible, and that every porsou should bc examined before that committco whoso evidence .might tend to throw'light iipon a very obscure and . dilHcult'sub...

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IPSWICH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) THURSDAY (Yesterday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 May 1861

IPSWICH.   (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) Thursday- (Yesterday.)   At the Police-office, on Monday, the 13th instant, before the Police Magistrate, Peter Jackson, charged with being drunk in Ridge lane on the 12th instant, pleaded guilty, and was fined 10s., in default, 24 hours in the cells. On Tuesday, 14th instant, also before the Police Magistrate, Henry Hannant charged with being drunk and disorderly on the 13th instant, in Ellenborough-street, pleaded guilty, and was fined 10s., in default 24 hours in the cells. Yesterday, there were no cases. At the Municipal Council meeting, on   Wednesday, the following members were present: The Mayor, Aldermen.Watkins, Clune. Stanley, Bethune, O'Malley, and Gorry, after the reading of the minutes of the previous meeting, and the weekly re- port of tho overseer, the report of the Finance Committee was read, and on thec motion of.Ald. O'Mallcy, seconded by Ald.   Clune, adopted. The Town Cler...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 May 1861

, 13 NOW PUBLISHED .^Jrii.A;!* % Y'V.''".;::':' !! '''SuBSbnirTioN rkn'Quam-kii.:-?,,, '^ ?^ '/;,-/',> 'IN ;ADyANCiji,'J5sV'.,:!'."; ;;'/*.' fliiritig'.the: current., qnarlcr.ino 'pliart/e will\bp'mn3p"to..present-Subscribers}qr\t7ie -additionalpapers.suppliedi -i A ?.¦; r--n- /" 1 \JrA3STUD,¦?inime'dinti'iv,' tub sinai'tb" OY'S fyr' 'IV: "the-1 Courier' Office:1'' '"'' "',' '..'.'.. , i:i .['.YOUNG LADYVwho linY-liei?*!'' liistrikifrei:_ ¦'x\i-':: in¦> severaL-respectable 'fsuniliei1} 'wisV^si mi engngoiiiont. Highest roforciiofd 'giveil'. ;:,'Ap pl.y byfjeti.pr toT'./U.', Couiiikr Oflice. ;j:!' "'?-. W'"ANTEi?,:a cp.QR.'.:Apply' to.JT>wvJONESi' ,,,,North'Aiistraljnqi.Hotel., ... ;'¦ :.i ;i .-'¦ w? ANTED;. wv;GKNBRAfc /'^EilVANT. Apply, to MrsJ WILMS/ W'^^^^^Oh'V't^Nt .-Ai-ply , , .'/'to'lurH.-^-rANNA^truion Hotel..:', -W^M'^''-^!iI#;^'ieOKEfiS'ifor:ilho-dei' .?».?¦ ' parlment/ot ,Yfl0 Engihee'""''' Honda. ¦ Apply nt;tliq Oflice,T/eorga-ptreek: ¦\\l- ? ANT-ED,.-a i-'^lA-N'...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 May 1861

"JLh'e'al :iBB4eiI8isre«'ce. ' - NArinow Escape- .FMMJD'n6\VNiNG!f-Mr"!, i Forrest; son,,, pf this, town*: had. .a narrow escape: of ? drowning, this ? morning.''; -That gentleman was amongst ¦tlie.pcrsPns'awaititi^ .tu0!'arl'ival-, of' thc, iWegrapli! 'and,, a's..thai, < .ri.*:-, C".j t£ :-. P.:.1. /:i.... \.'. .,'.!. .. >> 'vesseLwas clpsingrup-to thcAvharfrrput-outt .'bishand to accop^thp^ono-^offe^d him by '0.r. White, onc'of the "passengers, and?jn 'doing sbf overbalanced' "himself' jnto 'the jriycr. The cry of " Amanoverboard'," was at .was raisqd-.mnd-iilights i brought lo< thospot; ''.whore h'e'-fe1l;!when;iV\^ had thc ..'pros.en'cOiQf.rnind !to! seize hold! of :.ono of ,lho .piors supporting tho- wharf. ¦ ¦ ,1;' ¦¦ ¦.'- f.;:'':' I;t'-.'¦('-.. '.tv::.; '...' - .¦- ' ¦¦' 'Hopes wci'cjmmediately.thrown to himiand-. Mr. Coote1 thb']chi6f; mate Ipiycred.'.'himsclf' into the 'water, and succeeded 'with the 'assistance of others] iii'_bringing!'MrTFprre...

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